While working in Ordnance Survey I created a dashboard platform across all devices mainly for the digital mapping products OS are known for. The dashboard was used as an main management central hub which gives access to editing rights, analytics data, access to all applications OS have & a time / third party feeds which gives updates to any changes made to any of the products. I worked closely with developers to build-the product in align with the design. The screens shown above is the main dashboard page you will see once data has been added it gives access to maps, time feeds, third party feeds and analytics.

Below you can see the desktop screen created for the analytics tab in the dashboard there was experimentation with the graph and how the information is shown in the most simplified way for users. The information shows users per region, how many people are viewing each of the applications you can interact with the bar chart beside to give information based on set day dates. There is also an interactive map to show where all tracked users are based when using the products.

Below Is shown a few screens of the dashboard created across mobile and tablet devices and how they converge, to also give the users access to the mainframe backend while on the move. I created interacted prototypes on the devices of the dashboard and tested with users before put into build stage. It proved to be quite challenging putting all the information on some of the devices so there wasn’t full data access like shown on desktop alot information shown on mobile for example was basic data feedback on the main dashboard

The screen below shows favourited map types by the main edit only users so it can be referred back to. It also showcases brief analytics information on the main dashboard page.

Below shown how user management functioned in the dashboard hub you can manage current users information, add new users, search existing users & also manage my own account information from here.


Before beginning to create the product for dashboard there was a stage of research, personas, user journeys, workshops with design team and users and wireframe planning. Below you can see some examples of the planning involved

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